Canada and the Cold War: The Gouzenko Affair Lesson 4 The Official Response to the Gouzenko Affair Synopsis



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Conclusion (20 minutes)

  1. Distribute Handout 4.1: The Gouzenko Affair and the FLQ Crisis




  1. Ask students to begin an organizer (Handout 4.1) to compare the Gouzenko affair and the FLQ crisis of 1970. Direct them to search the Internet for more information about the FLQ crisis and the War Measures Act in order to complete the chart. Possible search engines: http://www.google.ca or http://www.yahoo.ca. (Organizers due next period.)




  1. For additional information, suggest that students search these titles:

  • From the “EvidenceWeb” (http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/education/sources/index-e.html) section of Library and Archives Canada’s Learning Centre, under the “Cold War” theme: “Top Secret: Draft Agreement on Procedure for Dealing with the Corby Case”

  • From The Diaries of William Lyon Mackenzie King website (http://king.collectionscanada.ca/EN/default.asp): King’s notes for announcing the establishment of the Royal Commission on Espionage on February 15, 1946




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